WASHINGTON — Democratic presidential candidates Sens. Barack Obama (D., Ill.) and Hillary Rodham Clinton (D., N.Y.) have broadened their opposition to free trade in speeches before the AFL-CIO in Pennsylvania.
Obama and Clinton reached beyond their calls for reforming the 14-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement as they campaign for the Pennsylvania primary on April 22.
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